Perhaps most well known for their trail building around the Lost Sierra and hosting world class events like the @downievilleclassic, Sierra Buttes Trail Stewardship (SBTS) is creating "A Trail for Everyone" — a world-class multiple-use trail system that will cover 300 miles of breathtaking views and link 15 disadvantaged mountain communities across Plumas, Sierra, Butte and Lassen Counties.
Click the linkin.bio to see "A Trail for Everyone" video highlighting this great project.
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The Environment (E-Bike) Act is a proposed tax credit to help more people have access to E-bikes and help promote green transportation.
"By incentivizing the use of electric bicycles to replace car trips through a consumer tax credit, we can not only encourage more Americans to transition to greener modes of transportation, but also help fight the climate crisis.” — Jimmy Panetta (D-CA)
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Her daughter probably says it best when describing her mom, Dore Bietz — “She’s in, all-or-nothing.”
Bietz is a member of the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians and is in the top 5% of women National Ski Patrol in the Far West division — she is a National Ski Patrol Representative and works at Kirkwood and Dodge Ridge.
As a Land Consultant for the Tuolumne Band of Me-Wuk Indians, Bietz advocates for the return of tribal lands to original inhabitants. She also works as the Emergency Manager/Planner for the tribe and secured PPE for tribal members early in the pandemic — there have been no cases of COVID-19 on the Tuolumne Rancheria.
See Linkin.bio to for more images and info about this powerhouse. Story and photos by @TracyBarbutes
“In a moment like that you realize what we are doing at Outdoor Outreach,” explains Lesford Duncan, Outdoor Outreach’s Senior Director of Programs.
“The outdoors is this incredible place where we can help build confidence and resilience, we can help youth find a sense of joy, or belonging or healing. So many youth we work with lack access to these spaces, and that’s an injustice in and of itself.”
Fresh corduroy on Crystal Ridge at Diamond Peak Ski Resort. Photo by Ryland West
Don't miss this view this season. Make sure to plan ahead. On-line day-of sales possible when inventory is available at @diamondpeak, but pre-purchase in advance for best rates.
Read more info on resort policies this winter. Know before you go.
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Check out our tips for hitting the slopes this winter.
Photo of Isaac Laredo in his happy place — exploring new lines and finding powder at @diamondpeak Ski Resort in Lake Tahoe.
Photo by Ryland West, courtesy of Diamond Peak.
If you are in the San Diego area check out Ale Smith Brewing Company's Anvil of Hope beer. This Hazy IPA "pours it forward" with proceeds benefitting COVID-19 frontline workers.
Tasting notes: pretty much everything you’d expect in a 7.5% hazy IPA, meaning there’s citrus and other tropical fruits. It tastes great knowing that monies are going to people serving their fellow human beings.
ATTENTION TRAIL USERS: Please take a moment to read, remember and practice trail etiquette.
A few days after our article on trail etiquette went to press ASJ publisher Cathy Claesson was forced off the trail and into a ditch resulting in a severely broken foot — full recovery (if possible) will take at least a year. The other rider was going so fast and out of control, he didn't even stop to check if she was ok.
This was on a fire road and could have easily been avoided if the downhill rider was familiar with and followed the rules of the trail. In this case he wasn't following two important rules that are outlined in the beginning of our article.
1) IT'S JUST LIKE DRIVING, PASS ON THE LEFT AND IF ENCOUNTERING EACH OTHER IN OPPOSITE DIRECTIONS, STAY RIGHT.
2) THE PERSON GOING UPHILL HAS THE RIGHT OF WAY.
These come from the "rules of the road."
With so many people hitting the trails, it is important for everyone's safety that users are familiar with this topic. Please read, review, share and become familiar with trail etiquette. Keep yourself and others safe while out there.
Article by Krista Hammond Houghton